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"Discover our starred restaurant through a gastronomic meal at Chef Michel Trama's table, with a tasting menu made up of fine produce from the region. In winter, enjoy the 13th century hunting lodge formerly belonging to Raymond VII, Count of Toulouse, beside the chimney fire, and, in summer, our cloister designed by Michel Trama and decorated by Jacques Garcia. Our Sommelier will recommend regional wines to accompany the dishes of this exceptional meal. Make the most of this moment of pleasure and spend time together. "
"At L’Auberge de la Poule d’Or the cuisine is authentic, convivial, and generous, reminiscent of the flavours and delicacies of childhood.
A gourmet invitation that is impossible to refuse, all while basking in the exceptional setting of the former hunting lodge of Raymond VII, featuring illuminated stone and wood. Ideal for both a dinner for two or a family style meal between friends. Come and discover or rediscover our fricassees, salmis, quiches, pies, roasts, pâtés, and many other delicacies..."
"For those who are passionate about history, architecture, or sculpture, a visit to the Moissac Abbey is essential.
According to legend, Clovis founded a monastery in Moissac at the point where the Tarn river meets the first hillsides at Quercy... all that remains from this distant era are the legend and the sad stories of destruction.
The Moissac Abbey's affiliation with the Cluniac Reforms made it a prestigious one. The Saint Pierre abbey and the cloister, which are on the paths of the Way of St. James, are classed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A timeless experience which you can discover with a French or English speaking guide. "